Eddie Hall and Tommy Fury swap diets for the day and Tommy's is truly ridiculous
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You'd expect the former World's Strongest Man to have a pretty massive appetite, but when Eddie Hall swapped diets with Tommy Fury he could barely keep up with the former Love Islander.
Obviously it takes a lot of calories to maintain the kind of mass needed to be a professional boxer, but that doesn't make it any easier to comprehend.
Just like the rest of us, Hall and Fury enjoyed breakfast, lunch and dinner when they spent a day living in each other's shoes earlier this month, and they kicked things off with the most important meal of the day.
Hall's choice was a full fry-up with a few extra additions, such as fried bread and mushrooms, but Fury raised him with all of that, plus an oatcake, a coffee with FOUR sugars, and an apple juice.
Hall estimated Fury's breakfast choice contained about 2,200 calories - only 300 less than the NHS recommends for men over an entire day - and while it might have sounded like enough food to feed a small family for a week, the pair soon moved on to lunch.
While Fury tucked into Hall's choice of steak, rice and veg, followed by half a cheesecake, Hall was challenged with Fury's lunch of choice: a Dominos takeaway consisting of a large chicken supreme pizza, a stuffed crust and a coke zero.
The large pizza comes in at 2,103 calories - though Fury at least went for reduced fat cheese, joking he was 'health conscious'.
Fury's dessert of the day was Krispy Kreme - but not just one. Eight. Eight whole doughnuts. Just writing it is enough to fill me up (not really, but you get my point), and Hall wasn't able to finish the lot in one go.
Breakfast - a full English breakfast with an extra sausage, black pudding, hash brown and mushrooms, two slices of fried bread, an oatcake, a coffee with four sugars and an apple juice
Lunch - large Dominos chicken feast pizza with a stuffed crust and garlic dip, a bottle of Coke Zero and eight Krispy Kreme doughnuts
Snack - a protein shake
Dinner - pumpkin tortellini, beef meatballs, chicken burger with three fillets, a hashbrown, cheese, lettuce and mayo, fries, half a bowl of penne pasta and a double chocolate brownie with ice cream
Breakfast - a full English breakfast with an extra sausage, black pudding, hash brown and mushrooms, fried bread, a coffee with sugar and an orange juice
Lunch - 400g steak, 400g rice, 200g-250g veg and half a family-sized passionfruit cheesecake
Snack - a litre of cranberry juice, a protein shake
Dinner - calamari, beef meatballs, two fillet steaks, fries, peppercorn sauce, seasonal veg, half a bowl of penne pasta and sticky toffee pudding with ice cream
With approximately 3,700 calories consumed for lunch, the pair then moved on to tea.
The two men headed out to a restaurant for their last meal of the day, where Hall set Fury up with some calamari and meatballs, two steaks, fries and veg, along with some penne pasta to share.
Once again, Fury took things to another level as he kicked off the meal with pumpkin tortellini, meatballs, a chicken burger with three fillets, a hash brown and cheese, and some fries.
Many, many bites later, Hall appeared to be defeated by the burger, with some of the meal still left on his plate. He still had room in his dessert stomach though, and agreed to tuck into Fury's choice of a double chocolate brownie.
Though Fury appeared to eat less than usual when he spent a day eating like Hall, he looked about ready to pop after finishing off the meal.
Consuming that much food is definitely an impressive feat, though what's even more impressive is that the pair managed to get in some training sessions without throwing up. Fair play.